I am thankful that our little cottage has exactly everything we need. No more. No less. Just precisely what we need to our heart’s contentment—like the extra large marvelous bathtub situated right under a sun-drenched window that I so love.
I don’t know what would I have done if our little cottage didn’t had a bathtub (as so many of the houses we saw before buying this one didn’t) because I am addicted to my super hot bubble baths for as long as I can remember…
Do you prefer showers or baths? Showers are quick and refreshing, but baths are luxurious and relaxing, and I love them; particularly before going to bed.
Our bathtub is actually a whirlpool tub, but the first time I turned on the jets I almost drown—Titanic like water shooting everywhere super hard. So I hadn’t turn them on again and are just using the tub as a normal regular bathtub… filled with super hot water and heaps of bubbles…
There’s no linen closet or drawers where to put your personal belongings like we used to have in our rented home with all the wonderful extra spaces it had… but the little 3-drawer chest that was part of our guest room in a previous life has come very handy for purposes as such. And I am thankful, and contented with what we have.
I’m still enjoying some of the last roses I brought from the rented home a few days ago. I wish I knew the name of these particularly beautiful apricot rose that grows full and low to the grown. When new, these roses have a lovely pink color, but then as they age they turn apricot in color and lovelier in its scents—provoking, and enigmatic… Wouldn’t it be beautiful if we humans could grow old just like that rose? The body may decay, but may we grow lovelier and more fragrant in the spirit each day.
Thank you for being here my friend!
Be the light you seek